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'Game of Thrones': Jon Snow in Season 6?

The Huffington Post The Huffington Post 22/03/2016 Deep Patel

With the sixth season of Game of Thrones right around the corner, much speculation has arisen about whether or not Jon Snow will be making a return.
Regardless of whether Kit Harington (Jon Snow) will be returning, big moments in its Season 6 premiere are sure to come. "You're going to have at least one rather very large one in [episode] 1, but that's all I'm going to tell you," says Liam Cunningham (playing Ser Davos Seaworth), according to The Wall Street Journal.
Fans of the show have speculated that Cunningham is referring to Jon Snow, who was (SPOILER) brutally betrayed and murdered in Season Five's finale. But will he be resurrected?
Take a look at the predictions, put together by BettingExpert, of Jon Snow's promising role in the sixth season of Game of Thrones.

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After the release of the new Game of Thrones earlier this month, fans have pinpointed a frame in the clip in which a blurry Jon Snow can be spotted fighting his heart out in battle, something Jon does so well. With almost 100% of BettingExpert's predictions assuring Jon Snow will return in Season 6, there seems to be more discussion over "how" he returns as opposed to "if."
Clearly, after Jon Snow's death at the hands of his Night's Watch brothers, it's almost guaranteed the wintery King will be permanently leaving the Night's Watch upon his return. Fans have guessed he may join Lady Melisandre on her new Lord of Light quest, or head south to be reunited with his family.
Without going too much into the details, there are theories that Jon's still-unidentified parents have some implications for additional characters who are related to him. These suppositions are commonly referred to as the L + R = J theory. But for simplicity's sake, let's just say Jon may have a relative far away from the Wall.
Others on BettingExpert are speculating that Jon will leave the Night's Watch to sit on the Iron Throne. Supporters of L + R = J are placing their bets on this prediction. This theory claims that Jon is directly born from a past Westeros King, and therefore has a legitimate claim to the Iron Throne. It should be interesting to see if - or how - this speculation plays out in Season 6.
And then there's the most outlandish theory of them all: Jon Snow marrying Daenerys Targaryen. Though this guess may seem improbable at first, it is Game of Thrones after all. No one is safe from the death, cunning and sorcery that swept Westeros and Essos. A matchup between the King of Ice and the Queen of Fire would explain the title to the entire book series: A Song of Ice and Fire. But the show has deviated from the original book script quite a lot in recent seasons, so what plays out in Season 6 may not be the full story presented in the book series.
If Jon Snow lives, a bet which has plenty of evidence, his resurrection will be the biggest development in the series so far. And if he survives, is Jon the true heir to the Iron Throne? We'll have to wait and see.

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